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8 OVERVIEW OF THE INDIAN TYRE INDUSTRY: Introduction Key Influencers MAJOR PLAYERS MRF Ltd. Ceat Ltd. Apollo Tyres Ltd. J.K. TYRES Bridgestone India Private Limited TYPES OF TYRES BEING CONSUMED IN INDIA TYRE RECYCLING IN INDIA TYRE LIFE CYCLE USES BUSINESS OPPURTUNITY MARKETS PRESENT SCENARIO LANDFILL DISPOSAL STOCKPILES AND ILLEGAL DUMPING FACTS AND FIGURES LEGISLATION ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS SCOPE FOR TYRE RECYCLING PROJECT IN INDIA: REPLACEMENT MARKET TYRE COMPOSITION AND STAGES IN RECYCLING WASTE MANAGEMENT OPTIONS REDUCE REUSE RECOVERY Pyrolysis Flow chart of the process followed in pyrolysis CASE STUDIES - INTERNATIONAL EXAMPLES V.PROMPT THE NETHERLANDS CHINA PIRELLI TYRES - ITALY STARTING UP OF WASTE TYRE BUSINESS 3 3 3 5 5 6 6 6 7 8 10
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2. performance of domestic automotive industry.) crores 36 1. in the bus and truck tyre segment.000 crore Indian Tyre Industry. With the replacement segment dominating the overall tyre demand. except Snow Tyres and Aero Tyre for which there is no demand domestically. While radialisation has become the norm in the passenger car segment.) Tyre Export from India (Value) Number of tyre companies 13.35 lakh M.50 lakh M. followed by 29. 3000 (est. The Indian tyre industry accounts for around 5% of the global demand as well as global supply of tyres. Introduction The Rs. the industry remains inherently vulnerable to economic cycles. and the faring of the transport sector directly influence the performance of the tyre industry in India. It produces all categories of tyres. and easing of interest rate scenario. 25.20. It is highly concentrated wherein 10 large manufacturers account for over 95% of the total tonnage production of 11.T. which is 2 . its acceptance is still limited. rise in employment levels.WASTE TYRE RECYCLING PROJECT UNDERSTANDING 1. The practice of re‐treading. On an average. Turnover of Indian Tyre Industry Rs. 55% of the production is for replacement market. 971 Lakh Rs. Key Influencers The level of economic activity. after a slowdown in FY09.8% sold to OEMs directly and the remaining is exported. OVERVIEW OF THE INDIAN TYRE INDUSTRY: 1.T. Bus and truck radialisation could emerge in the long term as the quality of roads improves and the restrictions on overloading are better enforced. Although strong demand growth is an encouraging scenario for the domestic industry. Domestic tyre industry has witnessed a remarkable recovery in FY10. This growth was driven by strong revival in automobile demand on the back of resurgence in economy. rising imports has become key concern factor off‐late.1. is highly raw material intensive and predominantly a Cross Ply (or Bias) tyre manufacturing industry.000 Crores Tyre Production (Tonnage) Tyre Production – All Categories (Nos.
19% during first nine months of FY 2009. could pose a challenge to replacement demand in the medium term.WASTE TYRE RECYCLING PROJECT UNDERSTANDING gaining increasing acceptance. The ability of the re‐treading sector to capture potential replacement demand would depend on the awareness among customers (of the benefits of retreading) and also the quality of retreading done. which in turn would ush up replacement demand with a lag. The industry tonnage growth was only 2. and further to 8% in February 2009. Given the low levels of penetration of two‐wheelers and passenger cars in the country. compared to 7. Slowdown in automotive industry and global economy in general negatively impacted the Indian tyre industry in 2009. A major relief for tyre manufacturers was provided by the government by reducing the excise duty on tyres from 14% to 10% in December 2008. OEM demand is likely to increase.38% growth experienced during the same period last year. Demand side was also severely affected as almost all auto manufacturers were forced to adjust their production last year. 3 .
Dunlop. Metro Tyres and Balkrishna Tyres are some of the other players in the industry. Bangladesh and Vietnam.WASTE TYRE RECYCLING PROJECT UNDERSTANDING 2. MRF. Apollo Tyres. While it rules supreme in the industry. 1. The other key players include Modi Rubber. the largest tyre manufacturer in the country. The major players in the organised tyre segment consist of MRF. TVS‐Srichakra. which account for 63 per cent of the organised tyre market.1. which was incorporated on 5th November 1960. MRF has six manufacturing plants in India. 4 . MAJOR PLAYERS MARKET SHARE ‐ INDIAN MARKET 5% 4% 22% 18% MRF APOLLO CEAT GOODYEAR BIRLA 10% 7% 13% 21% JK TYRE BRIDGESTONE OTHERS While the tyre industry is mainly dominated by the organised sector. MRF Ltd. the company exports its products to over 75 countries worldwide.500 outlets in India and also has overseas offices in United Arab Emirates. It has a distribution network of over 2. The Company manufactures the largest range of tyres in India and is the market leader with the largest market share in almost every segment of the tyre industry. has strong brand equity. the unorganised sector holds sway in bicycle tyres. Kesoram Industries and Goodyear India. Apart from the domestic. MRF Limited (MRF) is a well known India s No. with 11 per cent. other players have created niche markets of their own 2. 7 per cent and 6 per sent share respectively. Pretreads and Conveyor Belts. Falcon. product portfolio of the company includes Tyres. Tyre Corporation of India Limited (TCIL). Ceat and JK Industries.
8 %. (JKI).WASTE TYRE RECYCLING PROJECT UNDERSTANDING 2. J K Tyre is in the process of further expanding its Passenger Radial capacity to strengthen its position further.2. is a part of the RPG conglomerate. 2. The company has a robust national network consisting of 34 regional offices and over 3. J K Tyre and Vikrant continue to be the leaders in the commercial tyre segment which constitute 70% of the Tyre Market with the highest market share in the Indian Tyre Industry. First manufacturer to launch Dual Contact High Traction Steel radials‐ Aqua sonic First manufacturer to introduce India's first range of eco‐friendly coloured tyres. J K Tyre has launched several new products including recently launched Tractor Radial Tyre. 2. The company operates two plants in Maharashtra. The company offers the widest range of tyres to leading Original Equipment Manufacturers across the world. They manufacture a range of tyres catering various segments. They are having their manufacturing facilities at Trichur in Kerala and Vadodara in Gujarat. Ceat Ltd. Apollo Tyres Ltd. 5 . J K Tyre maintains its dominant position in the Passenger Car Radials.500 dealers. Apollo Tyres Ltd is engaged in manufacturing automobile tyres and tubes. J K Tyre along with its subsidiary Vikrant currently holds the No. the leader in the Indian Tyre Industry and manufacturers of well‐ known J K TYRE. They are the first Indian tyre company to launch exclusive branded outlets for truck tyres and also the first Indian company to introduce radial tyres for the farm category. The company has their presence in 110 countries. First manufacturer to launch "H" rated tyres in 1996‐97‐Ultima 210 H. J. J K Tyre is a preferred supplier with most of the OEMs.3.1 position in the 4 Wheeler tyre segment with a market share of 20.4.K. Ceat Ltd. • • • • First manufacturer to launch "T" rated tyres in 1994‐Ultima. TYRES J K Industries Ltd.
which emphasizes on Japanese traditions.2 billion Corporation with its headquarters at Tokyo. automotive parts.5. electro materials and marine products etc. Japan was established in the year 1931. It is a global tyre manufacturing company. It is still growing and expanding and aiming at increasing its share in the world tyre and tubes. 6 . the company is a US $23. The company has 47 tyre plants and 93 non‐ tyre plants. sporting goods. industrial rubber products like belts. hose. It controls 18. chemical products. Bridgestone has a worldwide work force of more than 110.WASTE TYRE RECYCLING PROJECT UNDERSTANDING 2.000 employees. Today. Today. 3 technical research and development centres and 10 proving grounds. Bridgestone India Private Limited Bridgestone Corporation.2% of global market and sells products in over 150 nations.
30 Tractor Trailer 4.65 Motor Cycle 134.40 Light Commercial Vehicle 25.06 Jeep 7.86 10.51 50.58 % Change 4 10 0 11 13 16 ‐3 1 ‐8 14 4 12 8 7 .17 Tractor Rear 6.34 2008‐09 67.) Tyres for: 2007‐08 Truck & Bus 65.77 423.28 4.29 1.49 Scooter / Moped 55.93 88.36 7.42 Animal Drawn Vehicle 1.69 Total 393.11 Industrial 3.WASTE TYRE RECYCLING PROJECT UNDERSTANDING 3.44 0.32 7. TYPES OF TYRES BEING CONSUMED IN INDIA CATEGORY WISE TYRE SALES IN INDIA BUS / TRUCK LCV PASSENGER CAR 47% 7% 18% JEEP TRACTOR FRONT TRACTOR REAR TRACTOR TRAILER OTHERS 21% 1% 2% 2% 2% Categorywise Tyre Production in India Financial Year 2007‐08 & 2008‐09(April‐September) (In Lakh Nos.17 Tractor Front 9.49 3.95 153.31 Off the Road (OTR) 0.57 Passenger Car 80.38 27.
11 200.02 57.61 971.83 301.07 2009‐10 148.48 5.58 2.38 1.7 14.03 2.94 135.86 16.68 821.64 5.81 108.WASTE TYRE RECYCLING PROJECT UNDERSTANDING Category wise Tyre Production in India Financial Year 2007‐08 & 2008‐09(April‐September) (In Lakh Nos.15 7.42 13.47 14.57 356.39 23.69 52.36 % Change 15 21 ‐5 8 30 24 19 5 25 18 ‐5 18 18 8 .34 9.) Tyres for: Truck & Bus Passenger Car Jeep Light Commercial Vehicle Tractor Front Tractor Rear Tractor Trailer Animal Drawn Vehicle Scooter / Moped Motor Cycle Industrial Off the Road (OTR) Total The above two tables clearly indicate a rise in tyre production in India from 8 % in 2008‐09 to 18 % in 2009‐10.48 301.98 18.39 165. 2008‐09 128.
which is re einforced with steel wir Most mo re. can you guess th y he uld have incr reased mani ifold leading g to some gra ave problem ms? other items that wou 9 .WASTE TYRE W E RECYCLING G PROJECT U UNDERSTANDING 4. or recovery due to the vast es of waste t tyres generated each yea ar. A typic cal car tyre u uses about 40% natural r rubber and 6 60% synthet tic fo ru ubber. For example. re than 33 million vehi icles added to the India roads in last three y an years. In hig performa gh ance. despite variatio there is enormous potential fo reuse or r on. TYR RE RECYCL LING IN IN NDIA aking transp portation mo efficient and travel more comf ore t fortable sinc ce Tyres have been ma re carriage whe in 1845 Early tyres were mad eels 5. A blen nd of natural a and synthetic rubber is mixed with carbo black an chemica on nd als or vulcanizat tion. de they wer first invented for horse‐drawn c from late ex which is a a natural extract of the r rubber tree. t truck tyres te end to have a higher pe ercentage of steel to reinforce the structure. quantitie The n number of v vehicles hitting the roads is increasing everyday y and so is th he number o of tyres. surfaces and weather conditions. Te extiles and steel wire L Layers of te extiles make up the cas sing of the t tyre. or truc ck ty yres steel wi ire is also used to reinforce the texti ile casing. T Tyres still hav ve the same e basic desig gn and. These days tyres are ma ade in several stages us sing many di ifferent materials as sum mmarized be elow: • • Rubber The c R composition is dictated b by the end u use requirem ments of the tyre. The c constructed tyre is plac in a mould and inflated. odern tyres use steel w to reinf wire force the tyr re where it mee the rim of the whee (called be w ets el eads). Th here is a bus siness oppo ortunity up f grabs an it’s in rec for nd cycling them With mor m. Heatin under pr ced ng ressure in th he mould sh hapes the tr read and vulcanizes the e rubber. Tyres are desi igned to acc commodate a variety of vehicles.
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